(d) Find the domain of the function f(x)=ln(8−2^x2)
(FIRST PART ALREADY ANSWERED AND NEW PART ADDED) Why do you find the domain of both the numerator and denominator in a rational equation? When do you do it?
For example, if you had: x-3 ------ 5x+3 you'd only find the domain and use the denominator. Why wouldn't you also do the numerator? And...
Find the domain of each function. 1.) f(x)=(x^2-4x+3)/(x-1) 2.) g(x)=(x^2-4)(x-3)/(x^2-x-6) 3.) F(x)=(x^3-2x^2)/(x-2) 4.) G(x)=√(x-1) 5.) f(...
Find the domain of the rational expression (Show all work) R(x)= -7-6x/x^3-5x^2+6x
find the domain and the range of function of h(x) = √(x) +6 (where x is being square rooted and 6 is not)
find the domain and the range of the function h(x) = √x +6
use interval notation to indicate the domain of f(x) f(x)= x-4/ x^2-7x-8
use interval notation to indicate the domain of f(x) f(x) 4 sqrt x2-6x
give the domain and the range of f(x) = 1/x^2-8
How ado you find the domain? f(x)=3√(x+5)+7√(x-1)
Find the domain of r(t)=<sqrt(t^2), 1/(t-1), ln(t+1)>. Answer: (-1, 1)U(1, positive infinity) But how do you figure this out?
find the domain of the function. H(q)=10q-3/7
Describe a situation in which x and 12-x can be used to represent variable quantiies. List the domain for the answer.
Not sure what it means to represent variable quantities